Oklahoma Football: 10 Things We Learned from the Sooners' Win vs. West Virginia

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Oklahoma Football: 10 Things We Learned from the Sooners' Win vs. West Virginia
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Oklahoma quarterback Landry Jones carved up the West Virginia secondary during a wild shootout in Morgantown.

Oklahoma survived a classic Big 12 shootout in Morgantown, 50-49 over West Virginia. Several records were obliterated along the way in a game that featured video game numbers on offense.

Landry Jones completed 38 of 51 passes for a school record 554 yards and six touchdowns on his way to becoming the third player in FBS history with four years of 3,000 yards or more passing. Tavon Austin set a Big 12 record with 572 all-purpose yards, including 21 carries for 344 rushing yards and two touchdowns.

Here are 10 things college football fans learned during that wild ride of a game.

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